A New $2 BILLION Astroworld Fest Lawsuit Has Been Filed


Travis Scott, Drake, and Live Nation Are Now Facing a $2 Billion Astroworld Lawsuit 

Travis Scott is facing a new lawsuit over the Astroworld tragedy, and this one is for $2 BILLION

The suit represents 282 people who attended the show, but the lawyer who filed it says 120 more people have contacted him seeking representation.

Travis isn't the only defendant. The suit also named DRAKE, Live Nation, Houston's NRG Stadium, Apple Music, and Scott's company, Cactus Jack Productions.

The attorney says, quote, "The defendants stood to make an exorbitant amount of money off of this event, and they still chose to cut corners, cut costs, and put attendees at risk . . . what happened at Astroworld cannot happen again."

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Astroworld timeline gives an organized view of the disaster

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Travis Scott is facing a $750 million ASTROWORLD lawsuit from more than 125 attendees. 

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Funeral Services Were Held for two local Astroworld tragedy victims

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Ezra Blount, a 9-year-old injured at Astroworld Festival, has died.

Ezra Blount is the 10th person to die from injuries sustained during Scott's performance at Astroworld Festival.

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Bun B hosts 'Breaking Bread,' an event to raise money for Astroworld Festival victims' families.

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Travis has been holed up at the home with 24-hour security and at least five security guards since last Friday's tragedy.

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Bharti Shahani dies a week after the crowd surge that killed eight others.

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Travis Scott's attorney says the show would have stopped if the police asked.

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The Father of the 9-year-old trampled at Astroworld Speaks.

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TRAVIS SCOTT has a history of posting photos on social media of people getting injured or passing out at his concerts, and calling them "heroes". 

Also, that security guard wasn't actually injected with drugs. He passed out after a blow to the head.

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Concertgoer desperately tried to save 9-year-old's life

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HPD chief says Astroworld Fest security guard injection claim was incorrect.

Classmates remember 16-year-old Astroworld Festival victim.

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Here Are Some Tips on How to Deal with a Crushing Crowd 

In light of the tragic events of ASTROWORLD, let's go over some tips on how to avoid a crushing crowd and what to do if you're stuck in the middle of it. Here they are:

1. First and foremost, keep your eyes open for danger signs.

2. Leave as soon as you sense that the crowd is getting too dense.

3. Stay standing and don't put a backpack on the floor . . . that creates an obstacle to fall over.

4. Keep space around your chest to prevent a lack of oxygen.

5. Don't push . . . just move with the flow of the crowd.

6. Avoid walls and solid objects so you don't get crushed up against them.

7. Learn to estimate crowd density . . . If you feel that people are touching you on both shoulders or on several places on your body at the same time, get out if you can.

8. Look out for others and help them if things become unsafe.

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Travis Scott and DRAKE were supposedly never told what happened during Astroworld Friday night and went directly to an after-party at Dave & Busters after the show.

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 Also, the family of the 9-year-old boy who's in a coma has filed a lawsuit.

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Gov. Abbot will hold a press conference today…

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Texas A&M student Bharti Shahani is in critical condition after Astroworld.

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Ezra Blount, age 9, was injured at Astroworld Festival and is fighting for his life right now.

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All eight victims who were killed Friday during the Astroworld Festival disaster have been publicly identified.

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Brianna Rodriguez GoFundme Information.

Brianna was one of the victims of the Astroworld Festival event. She was a beautiful vibrant 16-year-old high school junior at Heights HS in Houston TX. Dancing was her passion and now she’s dancing her way to heaven’s pearly gates.

Anything to help the family will be greatly appreciated. 

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Families identify 7 of 8 victims killed in the Astroworld Festival.

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During the chaos at the Astroworld Fest concert, two people actually climbed a ladder to get to a cameraman and begged him to do something. 

One of them was even shouting that someone was DEAD. But he didn't listen.

 (The video at the source is uncensored, but here's a clean clip of one of those two people yelling at the cameraman, followed by a "Stop the show" chant from some in the crowd.)

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Astroworld Festival Organizers Hit with a Lawsuit.

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Rapper Roddy Ricch plans to donate money from his performance to families of the eight people that died during Travis Scott's concert at Astroworld Festival.

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A security guard was stuck with what was believed to have been a needle during the event, HPD Chief Troy Finner said.

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